March 8, 2002
We've added four interviews conducted by Bondo Wyszpolski of the Easy Reader
March 4, 2002
February 8, 2002
Discovered that Vassar College has put on line 59 photos of the behind the scenes shooting.
February 5, 2002
The Time Machine Official web site opens.
An incredible amount of Flash technology. A lot to see. Interviews, cast and crew bios, an interactive information source in the form of VOX, Orlando Jone's character in the film. You can also visit a 360 VR version of Alexandr's work shop with lots of hidden objects to discover, then off to 2030 to the New york Central Library where Vox will answer all your questions.
The follownig magazines are out with articles on Time Machine
Release dates for The Time Machine
Dec. 13, 2001
For those of you who don't have 2 hours to download the new Time Machine trailer, here are some of the key frames from it presented in a slide show format.
Current release date is now set for March 8, 2002.
The Official Site has the new trailer on-line.
Press release added to the Official Announcements page
Trailer presented in slide show format on our site.
Oct. 29, 2001
Two reviews of the film after a test screening posted at AICN
By: FRANK KURTZ
07/13/2001 - Updated
09:16 AM ET
By Susan Wloszczyna, USA TODAY
You could say that Simon Wells was born to make The Time Machine. That's because the director is the great-grandson of author H.G. Wells, whose first novel was the 1895 sci-fi classic.
Says Wells, an animation veteran who makes his live-action debut with the Dec. 25 release, "I was fascinated by the idea of doing it as a movie, because it has remendous visual opportunities and spans a vast range of time."
Starring as the Victorian inventor, who zooms into the distant future and discovers that mankind has been divided into the gentle Eloi and the cannibalistic Morlocks, is Guy Pearce. The actor copes with a different sort of time travel in the current Memento, whose plot moves in reverse.
"The reason we cast Guy was Memento," Wells says. "He showed he could carry a film and be the continuing thread.
" The first attempt to bring Machine to the screen was George Pal's 1960 adventure. Wells includes several nods, including an appearance by Alan Young (Mr. Ed), whose character Filby is played by Mark Addy (The Full Monty) in the new film. Wells, however, has four decades of special effects to give today's audiences the sensation of joining Pearce on his trip. "We watch thousands of years flicker by."
Those attending the San Diego Comic-Con gathering of fantasy enthusiasts July 19-22 can visit the actual Time Machine. But don't expect it to take off. The prop weighs more than 7,000 pounds.
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